CafeX Launches Chime to Transform How Businesses Collaborate
NEW YORK, Feb. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- CafeX Communications®, a leading supplier of mobile and web engagement solutions, today introduced Chime, next-generation software that makes intuitive video collaboration available to all business users for up to 70% less than today's systems. A finalist for this year's Best of Enterprise Connect Award, Chime connects to existing video conferencing systems and fulfills WebRTC's open promises by reaching every user securely on every browser with no software to install.
Watch this video to see how Chime helps teams work together more effectively through voice and video conferencing, web chat and document sharing right from any browser.
Enterprises often face a number of challenges when deploying video conferencing products, such as high bandwidth consumption, expensive MCU ports, complex architectures and incompatibility between systems. Users usually have to download additional software, which in turn needs to be managed and updated on an ongoing basis. Chime is a new kind of collaboration solution that breaks down these barriers to help foster improved teaming, productivity and innovation.
CafeX will showcase live demonstrations of Chime—along with the complete ortfolio of CafeX real-time engagement products—at booth 329 during Enterprise Connect 2016, which is taking place March 7-10 at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando, Florida.
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Irwin Lazar, vice president and service director, Nemertes Research
Rami Musallam, president and chief executive officer, CafeX
Kevin Glass, chief innovation officer, CafeX
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